Dupuy'S Landing Guest House
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... at the gift shop, but they were quite heavy and we didn't want to carry them all day and would have to come back to get them later in the week.
After the library, we took a walk to Grand Central terminal and activated our New York Pass and did the audio guide tour. It was about an hour long (there is a shorter version if you are in a hurry). We learned some very interesting stuff...that there are catwalks between the huge windows that workers ...
... recycling in due compensation. We’ve probably caught about 20 or 25 flights in total, which is a shocking amount, and deserves a proper count at a later date as to assess the full extent of our damage to the remaining thin veil of Ozone that shields us all. Sorry earth, we hope you forgive us.
So as summaries go, we tried to count some of the places we stayed, and lost track at around 80. So many different rooms, so many different beds to dream in and rest our ...
... door of your RV and gaze upon the Statue of Liberty.
into the Big Apple could be completed by purchasing a Path/Subway Ticket from
Grove Street Station five short blocks down the road or hop on a commuter ferry
two hundred yards from the Park. This ferry
transports you across the Hudson River to Wall Street.
It is an ideal location to be able to get to town in fifteen minutes without the hassle of trying ...
... or even eat meals regularly at the establishments there.
I’ve probably made it to so-called Ground Zero on three or four occasions when in New York since that horrible day in 2001. Each time there’s more progress on the rebuilding of the site, but each time I go I wonder whether it has been rapid or slow. It was more than 13 years ago, essentially almost two economic business cycles ago, and there now stands a 100-plus story building and other replacement ...
... to 80th street in the East. A meandering stroll taking in a wedding, some squirrels, kids playing football, frozen lakes, leaves of all colours, musicians, artists and giant bubble creators.
We lunched at the Boat House. A busy restaurant in the middle of the park. Fish and chips for me and Mardi had eggs Benedict. Yum.
After lunch we went to the MET, the metropolitan museum of art. We walked the various halls for a couple of hours, ...